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My Dream CMS!

Date Submitted: December 16 2005 10:04 pm
My dream CMS!{mosaddphp:yahooads.php}(Contribute by OpenSourceCMS community)I have been looking for my DREAM CMS but have not found one yet! Here is what I would like in a CMS: Basically you're starting with a system that allows you to manage members and create dynamic web pages without having to k...

Upgraded to Mambo 4.5.3

Date Submitted: December 12 2005 10:53 am
OpensourceCMS has just been upgraded to Mambo 4.5.3!I have been planning on the upgrade of this site to the latest Mambo 4.5.3 since it was released.Today I finally sit down do the upgrade. Everything seems to work with the exception of couple issues which are:. The global emulation need to be set t...

Mambo core developers break with Miro

Date Submitted: December 8 2005 10:20 am
The core developers of Mambo have left Miro over a dispute concerning the Mambo Foundation and other issues. This is a major story and will have definite ramifacations for those on both sides of the fence. I'll hold off my thoughts until more information comes to light. You can read more about it...

Celebrating the Return of Dragnet...

Date Submitted: December 7 2005 09:02 pm
...we've added a FAQs section. We're gathering up all of the questions that come up most often and loading them into that area. We've started with some definitions and plan to keep adding as we go along. There's a link to it over there on the left side, near the top. Dave Slipp ...

Mambo and Miro Venture Brings Serious Muscle to Content Management Systems

Date Submitted: December 7 2005 09:02 pm
The world's fastest-growing Open Source online publishing system, Mambo, has strengthened its ties with Miro International, the founder of Mambo technology. The joint venture is an Open Source milestone by aligning the creativity of Mambo project and the significant resources of Miro to furth...

Your Contributions!

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:26 am
Either a Web Link, a Review or a Blog, your contributions are what make OpenSourceCMS site better and make this site a helpful resource for many others that come here to seek for information relating to open source and CMS. Thanks ...

Very first award!!

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:21 am
Former TechTV star, Chris Pirillo, likes OpenSourceCMS.com OpenSourceCMS.com has been given its very first award!! The Lockergnome Award for Best of the Best. How geeky is that!!   Read the review at http://www.lockergnome.com/issues/daily/20030620.html We'd like to thank Chris, and ...

CMSimple 1.2 Added

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:18 am
Ok, this CMS speaks for its self. I found this one on my never ending quest to find the end of the internet. For all of you looking for something so simple, yet functional, this CMSimple is a good choice. This requires no knowledge of php or html. Nor does it require a database of any sorts. A...

IRC Chat is here!

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:14 am
Many people have asked for IRC Chat to be available on this site. I had tried with a couple of other Chat but does not work out until I find this component MosPJIRC that put together by Gayle and install it here. It works really nicely! All you have to do is to click on this link IRC Chat and it...

eZ Publish 3

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:13 am
We added eZ Publish 3 to our CMS list today. This is a very robust CMS geared for any type of site you would want to build. With out of the box, standard features to a scalable framework I am pretty sure you can custom tailor this CMS to your needs.To top the icing on this cake, the ease of inst...

CMS: every web site needs it

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:08 am
CMS: every web site needs it By: Ilke Akdeniz (ilke@genuinewebsites.com) How would you work with your computer if it was not equipped with linux or windows? Can you imagine the difficulty of editing, saving and organising your documents in dos? The same difficulty applies to your web site...

All CMS mini reviews with an eye to configuring user access/viewing

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:07 am
CMS - PortalsAWF - maybe bes-cms - noDrupal - noE-Xoops – branch of xoops, better off with xoops, noe107 – seems clean, maybeeNvolution – a few errors, but seems complete and though-out but weird out-of-the-box navigation, probably noteZ Publish – cleanest looking out-of-...

Mambo Vs Postnuke

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:07 am
Before I start writing about the two CMS, I would like to express how happy I was to be able to come across this website. Opensourcecms.com really gave me the opportunity to test out and take a peek into various Opensource CMS, without having the need to install and try out one by one myself.If you ...

A Comparison for opensourcecms Mambo vs Drupal

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:07 am
An input from a visitor regarding a comparison between Mambo and Drupal made by Xaneon and why they decided to switch to Drupal. Please click on the link below for more detail.=====From: Michael Zaugg Subject: A Comparison for opensourcecms Mambo vs DrupalHi ChanhI've found an interesting and compr...

phpMyAdmin

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:06 am
I recently created my first site using MySQL as the back end. Having phpMyAdmin was very handy. This full featured php-based tool lets you administer MySQL databases from your browser. -Add/mod/delete records. -Add/mod/delete tables, fields. -Run SQL statements. -Export data to text files. I'm used ...

gallery

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:06 am
The product looks good, and the install process was as simple as promised, however, don't waste your time if you are using a server with Safe_mode turned on. There doesn't seem to be any way that gallery will work if Safe_mode is turned on. This is likely the case if you are sharing a server provide...

Starting point for a user's perspective

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:06 am
Here am I, starting my first blog on this better than average website. Trying to evangelize what I think is an elaborate user's point of view. My definition of a user: someone who is busy producing content. It doesn't matter wether you are good at programming or not: Even if you are a PHP god,...

WHICH CMS SYSTEM TO USE?

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:05 am
I am looking into implementing a CMS system for my companies intranet site. It will mainly be used for news, information. things like that. Most the users accessing the site will not have nt accounts or anything like that. I have tested around with sharepoint for weeks now and can hardly get any...

CMS Portal without Tables

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:05 am
Greetings, I am new to this forum and a little 'green' when it comes to coding but have an idea what is needed and wonder if anyone can help/suggest a solution. A young friend wishes to run a fansite for a popular TV series and I offered to help by finding a suitable script which will...

Seagull 0.3.11 Released

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:04 am
This release of Seagull is the last in the 0.3 series, with a generous round of bug-fixing and a last-minute patch, you should find it quite stable to use. The majority of work done focused on stabilising and improving existing functionality, however a few new features were added, these include...

zTML Review

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:04 am
TML is a new type of CMS (Content Management System). Unlike most popular CMS currently available, where the systems have already pre-configured to perform the assigned tasks; that is, to get what you want all you need to do is point and click. Although this is a desirable feature, there is not ...

CMSimple version 2.2

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:04 am
INTRODUCTION CMSimple is a simple content management system for smart maintainance of small commercial or private sites. Simple installation and easy to modify. The entire site is stored in a single HTML-file - there is no need of databases. If you prefer, you may edit your entire site in your f...

PmWiki Review

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:04 am
Recently, WackoWiki has been included in the OpenSourceCMS menu. As I have commented elsewhere, this is superior in a number of ways to "vanilla" wikis like phpwiki. Based on my still limited experience, PmWiki goes beyond WackoWiki and could justifiably claim to be one of the best wikis availab...

ATutor 1.3 Learning Content Management System

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:04 am
ATutor is a Standards Compliant Open Source Web-based Learning Content Management System (LCMS) designed with accessibility and adaptability in mind. Administrators can install or update ATutor in minutes. Educators can quickly assemble, package, and redistribute Web-based instructional content, or ...

ATutor 1.2

Date Submitted: October 19 2005 11:03 am
ATutor 1.2http://www.atutor.ca ATutor is PHP/MySQL based open source Learning Content Management System designed with accessibility and adaptability in mind. ATutor is compliant with international accessibility standards, making it accessible to all potential users, including those with older browse...
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